I want to force a secure connection on some of my pages (ones with forms), but I don't want the whole site to work with ssl (slows it down) Is there a way to configure specific pages to require ssl?
long time lurker - first time poster. A client of mine has a website developed in CakePHP, and a wordpress blog installed in the /blog/ directory. Let's say the url of the main domain is ...
I need a single Wordpress installation to be available from both the main domain (www.example.com) via HTTP and a subdomain (secure.example.com) via HTTPS. Of course i can just map the subdomain to ...
When trying to update one Network/MU install, I got the following error. Warning! Problem updating https://subdomain-A.example.com. Your server may not be able to connect to sites running on it. ...
I'm working on a site that requires an https secured admin area and a secure front-end area as well where private information will be shown. My preference for user login is an Ajax-enabled widget that ...
I'm trying to use SSL on my login pages but I have some images on this page and it also looks like it's loading a google font api so it's not saying the page is secure. I tried to force SSL using: ...
Is it possible to have a site's login pages protected via SSL but then have it revert back to http:// for the dashboard pages? I am finding that https:// in the dashboard slows down my experience.